rk.ANOVA / ezANOVA not working...

Thomas Friedrichsmeier thomas.friedrichsmeier at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Thu Jan 14 15:13:14 UTC 2016


On Thu, 14 Jan 2016 21:49:57 +0900
Aaron Batty <abatty at sfc.keio.ac.jp> wrote:
>    1. Trashed ~/.rkward/library
>    2. install.packages("ez") in R proper
>    3. Used the Install / Remove / Update R packages window in RKWard
> to locate and install rk.ANOVA, with "Install suggested packages"
> checked. (installing to ~/.rkward/library)
>    4. It frickin' worked!!!
> —This is on the 10.9 machine running RKWard 0.6.4 with R 3.2.3 (as per
> Meik's suggestion).
> ...Not looking forward to explaining THAT to my students tomorrow,
> but it does fix it... Yikes.

ok, getting closer to the root of the problem, I'm able to offer you a
shorter workaround:
1. Trashing ~/.rkward/library will generally not be necessary, unless
broken packages have already been installed.
2. Inside RKWard run
   install.packages("ez", type="binary")
3. Avoid RKWard's package installation dialog on Mac, for now (not a
problem for non-binary packages such as rk.ANOVA, but will cause a
problem for many others). Install packages as shown in 2.

Regarding the cause of the problem: It's the specification of the
package type. So far we were using "mac.binary" on Mac, but it seems we
been using "mac.binary.mavericks", or the new option (introduced in R
3.1.3) "binary". Sounds like any easy fix, but of course binaries won't
be ready in time for your class.

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